Strategies for Responding to

Insurance Industry Investigations

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

About

Business as it has been known in the insurance industry came to a screeching halt in October 2004 when New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer revealed that collusion and price fixing have impacted virtually every line of insurance. The insurance industry is actively and proactively responding to the Pandora's box of alleged wrongdoing and questionable practices and the road ahead is a long one. As Spitzer stated in one of his initial announcements, "Trust me, this is Day One."

Don't Be Called Out Asleep at the Watch.

Take advantage of this practical and comprehensive publication providing you with all of the vital information necessary to prepare you for the massive changes in insurance practices and business models. It is no secret the insurance industry is on unchartered waters and any mistake made in the initial response process carries risk like never before. Arm yourself with the tools to proactively defend yourself and cooperate with the government-should you be the next target-to avoid a business and reputation catastrophe. If you are at all in the business of insurance, you simply can't afford to miss the American Conference Institute's Strategies for Responding to Insurance Industry Investigations publication.

Contents & Contributors

About

Business as it has been known in the insurance industry came to a screeching halt in October 2004 when New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer revealed that collusion and price fixing have impacted virtually every line of insurance. The insurance industry is actively and proactively responding to the Pandora's box of alleged wrongdoing and questionable practices and the road ahead is a long one. As Spitzer stated in one of his initial announcements, "Trust me, this is Day One."

Don't Be Called Out Asleep at the Watch.

Take advantage of this practical and comprehensive publication providing you with all of the vital information necessary to prepare you for the massive changes in insurance practices and business models. It is no secret the insurance industry is on unchartered waters and any mistake made in the initial response process carries risk like never before. Arm yourself with the tools to proactively defend yourself and cooperate with the government-should you be the next target-to avoid a business and reputation catastrophe. If you are at all in the business of insurance, you simply can't afford to miss the American Conference Institute's Strategies for Responding to Insurance Industry Investigations publication.

Contents & Contributors


INVESTIGATION OVERVIEW
Jeremy Capell, Navigant Consulting

AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK AND THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, AND MARSH & MCLENNAN COMPANIES, INC. AND THEIR SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES
Audrey Samers, New York State Insurance Department

DON'T JUMP IN WITH BOTH FEET
Ernest E. Badway, Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein LLC

INSURANCE INDUSTRY INVESTIGATIONS
John Geron, Navigant Consulting

DOCUMENT RETENTION POLICIES AFTER ENRON/ANDERSEN AND SARBANES OXLEY
Harold C. Wheeler, Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd

SELECTED TOPICS INVOLVING CRIMINAL LIABILITY AND FINANCIAL SERVICES ORGANIZATIONS
Jonathan N. Halpern, Winston & Strawn LLP

INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS
Gary A. Hernandez, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP

AVOIDING COMPENSATION CONFLICTS: A SELF-HELP GUIDE FOR INSURANCE PRODUCERS
John P. Fielding, Collier Shannon Scott, PLLC

BROKERS, INSURED AND INSURERS: HOW WE GOT HERE
Donna Ferrara, Gallagher Strategic Risk Services

TAKING AWAY TARGETS
Robert A. Ansehl, Fulbright & Jaworski
Scott R. Harrison, Harrison Law Office

NEXT STEPS: RESTORING CONFIDENCE AND REGULATORY INITIATIVES IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY
Richard G. Clemens, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood

FINITE RISK (RE)INSURANCE
Chris E. Nelson, Navigant Consulting, Inc.

TAKING AWAY THE TARGETS: HOW CHANGES IN INSURANCE PRACTICES AND POLICIES UNDER SCRUTINY WILL IMPACT YOUR BUSINESS
David E. Mendelsohn, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary

NEXT STEPS: RESTORING CONFIDENCE AND REGULATORY INITIATIVES IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY
James W. Schacht, PricewaterhouseCoopers



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